Week of Dec. 5 – Dec. 9, 2022

Dec 5th- Dec 8th. Holiday Student Store – Your child’s teacher should have shared their shopping schedule with you.

Wednesday, Dec. 7 – SSC meeting at 4 pm in room 303. This will be a short meeting with an action item. MINUTES AGENDA

Join us in the school auditorium for our annual craft night! OPTC is sponsoring this free event!

The annual YMCA fundraiser has begun!

The Y supports families throughout the county. The Y relies on charitable giving to create scholarships for students and families in need! The Y is pivotal in our community in supporting the needs in various ways of our students and families.

That is why I choose to support the Y not only with my time but in my charitable giving. Please join me today in making a gift to the South Bay YMCA to support children, families and seniors.

You can make a donation to our Olympic View fundraising page in just seconds by CLICKING HERE

Every gift makes an incredible difference! Please feel free to share with any of your friends or family as well. Our goal is $1,500.00 and our fundraiser ends March 14.

Thank you for not only supporting my efforts to raise funds for the Y, but also giving back to your community! I appreciate you!”

School start time is 8:15 am. Students should be on the blacktop no later than 8:15 am.

Congratulations to Ms. Campos’ class with 97% attendance!!

The Chula Vista Elementary School District is starting a new Family Focus Series for families to learn more about pressing topics such as bullying, social and emotional well-being, and more! I’ve attached a flyer with information about the series and upcoming dates. Free childcare and dinner are provided for all attendees.

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December

7 – SSC 4:00 pm

8- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “A Parent’s Guild to Behavior

13- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Keeping Kids Safe Online”

14- School Board Meeting 6:00

16- Golden Eagles Awards Assembly

19- Jan. 9 Winter Break

January

10- Students Return- Minimum Day

12- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “12 Tips for Effective Parenting”

16- No School- Dr. MLK Jr. Day

19- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Hiding in Plain sight: Overview of “Human Trafficking”

Week of Nov. 28 – Dec. 2

We hope you had a fantastic week with your friends and family!
Tuesday, Nov. 29 – ELAC/MFA meeting to plan the Valentine’s Dance
Dec 5th- Dec 8th. Holiday Student Store Parent volunteers needed, contact us if interested.
Dec 9th 6pm-7:30pm Holiday craft night . Free event.
Excited for our community to enjoy these events! Love your OPTC!

We will begin Habit #4 – Think Win-Win on Nov. 7 CLICK HERE for ways you can practice this habit at home. You can also view THIS STORY with your child.

School start time is 8:15 am. Students should be on the blacktop no later than 8:15 am.

The Chula Vista Elementary School District is starting a new Family Focus Series for families to learn more about pressing topics such as bullying, social and emotional well-being, and more! I’ve attached a flyer with information about the series and upcoming dates. Please share the upcoming workshops with your families. Free childcare and dinner are provided for all attendees.

The first workshop is on November 30. Monique Myers with the San Diego District Attorney’s Office will present “Bullying Basics: What Families Need to Know.”

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December

7 – SSC 4:00 pm

8- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “A Parent’s Guild to Behavior

13- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Keeping Kids Safe Online”

14- School Board Meeting 6:00

16- Golden Eagles Awards Assembly

19- Jan. 9 Winter Break

January

10- Students Return- Minimum Day

12- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “12 Tips for Effective Parenting”

16- No School- Dr. MLK Jr. Day

19- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Hiding in Plain sight: Overview of “Human Trafficking”

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Happy Thanksgiving

Here at Olympic View, we are so Thankful for our community! We hope you have a wonderful time with your family and friends!

Wishing all of our OV family a Happy Thanksgiving and safe holiday week off. Please save the date for the December OPTC events:
Dec 5th- Dec 8th. Holiday Student Store Parent volunteers needed, contact us if interested.
Dec 9th 6pm-7:30pm Holiday craft night . Free event.
Excited for our community to enjoy these events! Love your OPTC!

Congratulations to our MEMBERSHIP DRIVE winners! The two winners are Mrs. Garcia-Barr and Mrs. Umali!!!!

Thank you to all that became OPTC members! Your membership money goes right back into our school. You can still become a member by going to:

ovptc.org/members/

Make sure to check out our Spirit Wear store and take advantage of the 15% discount.

www.olympicviewspiritwear.com

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Week of Nov. 14 – 18, 2022

We love celebrating our Veterans and Military!

Tuesday, Nov. 15 DAC/DELAC meeting 12:00-2:00 @district office

Wednesday, Nov. 16– BAC Meeting 6:00 Hedenkamp

Thursday, Nov. 17 – Black Learners Advisory Council General Meeting – 6 pm

Nov. 21-25 Thanksgiving Break (No School)

Monday, Nov. 28–  Students return to school (Full day)

We will begin Habit #4 – Think Win-Win on Nov. 7 CLICK HERE for ways you can practice this habit at home. You can also view THIS STORY with your child.

School attendance is a predicator of job success in the future. Please ensure your child(ren) is at school, on time, every day! For every day of school. School attendance is a predicator of job success in the future. Please

ensure your child(ren) is at school, on time, every day! For every day of school missed, it takes 3 days for children to try and catch up. Please plan vacations, Dr. and Dentist appointments during school breaks.

Congratulations to Mrs. Elkinton’s class with the Highest attendance at 96.7%

School start time is 8:15 am. Students should be on the blacktop no later than 8:15 am.

The Chula Vista Elementary School District is starting a new Family Focus Series for families to learn more about pressing topics such as bullying, social and emotional well-being, and more! I’ve attached a flyer with information about the series and upcoming dates. Please share the upcoming workshops with your families. Free childcare and dinner are provided for all attendees.

The first workshop is on November 30. Monique Myers with the San Diego District Attorney’s Office will present “Bullying Basics: What Families Need to Know.”

Questions? Reach out to Angelica.maldonado@cvesd.org

We ask that ALL parents return the federal survey card. This is important for school funding and is done yearly. Thank you!

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December

7 – SSC 4:00 pm

8- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “A Parent’s Guild to Behavior

13- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Keeping Kids Safe Online”

14- School Board Meeting 6:00

16- Golden Eagles Awards Assembly

19- Jan. 9 Winter Break

January

10- Students Return- Minimum Day

12- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “12 Tips for Effective Parenting”

16- No School- Dr. MLK Jr. Day

19- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Hiding in Plain sight: Overview of “Human Trafficking”

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Week of Nov. 7 – 11, 2022

Wednesday, Sept. 9 – School Site Council Meeting at 4 pm in room 303. This will be a short meeting with an action item. MINUTES AGENDA

Thursday, Nov. 9 – Military Breakfast in the auditorium after morning message. In honor of Veteran’s Day, both retired and active military are

welcome to join us for a light breakfast. Meet other military parents, as well as out Military Family like counselor

Friday, Nov. 10 – NO SCHOOL in honor of Veteran’s Day.

Friday, Nov. 10 – “Positive Solutions to Challenging Behavior Series” English starting Nov. 10th, Spanish Nov.17th  https://positivesolutions.eventbrite.com/

We will begin Habit #4 – Think Win-Win on Nov. 7 CLICK HERE for ways you can practice this habit at home. You can also view THIS STORY with your child.

School attendance is a predicator of job success in the future. Please ensure your child(ren) is at school, on time, every day! For every day of school. School attendance is a predicator of job success in the future. Please

ensure your child(ren) is at school, on time, every day! For every day of school missed, it takes 3 days for children to try and catch up. Please plan vacations, Dr. and Dentist appointments during school breaks.

Congratulations to Mrs. Elkinton’s class with the Highest attendance at 99%

School start time is 8:15 am. Students should be on the blacktop no later than 8:15 am.

NOVEMBER

15 DAC/DELAC meeting 12:00-2:00 @district office

16- BAC Meeting 6:00 Hedenkamp

17 – Black Learners Advisory Council General Meeting – 6 pm

18- Spirit Day- “Represent your Culture”

21-25 Thanksgiving Break (No School)

28-  Students return to school (Full day)

30- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Bullying Basics: What Families Need to Know”

Week of Oct. 31 – Nov. 4, 2022

Monday, Oct. 31 – Halloween – for those trick or treating, please be safe!

Friday, Nov. 4 – Our 3-6 graders will be walking to Eastlake High School to watch a performance. Please be sure you have returned the permission slip to your child’s teacher as well as $3.

Friday, Nov. 4 – Family Movie Night in the Auditorium.

Finally Movie night at OV is back!

Put on your pajamas, bring your blanket and a pillow and join us Friday Nov 4th for movie night at school. Concession stand will have candy, chips, pizza, and drinks. (Drinks sold by 5th grade, bring cash).

Doors open at 5pm. Movie starts at 5:30.All students must be accompanied by an adult.

School attendance is a predicator of job success in the future. Please ensure your child(ren) is at school, on time, every day! For every day of school missed, it takes 3 days for children to try and catch up. Please plan vacations, Dr. and Dentist appointments during school breaks.

Wednesday, 10/26 6:00 p.m. Budget Advisory Meeting @ ESSC
Saturday, 11/5 Mini CABE @ Otay Ranch High School
Thursday, Nov. 10 Positive Solutions to Challenging Behaviors (see flyer above)
Thursday, Nov. 10 – Veterna’s Day Continental Breakfast after Morning Message
Friday, November 11 NO SCHOOL VETERAN’S DAY
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Week of Oct. 24 – 28, 2022

Thank you to our Olympic View community for showing up STRONG! at our OPTC fall festival! What a great evening! Thank you OPTC for sponsoring this wonderful event! It was great being with you all!

Thank you to Otay Ranch School of Rock House Band! They provided us with wonderful music throughout the night! One of our very own Golden Eagles family is the owner of School of Rock!

Tuesday, Oct. 25 – ELAC/MFA Meeting (English Learner Advisory Committee/Multi-Cultural Family Association) at 9am in the auditorium

AGENDA

Oct. 24 – 28 – Red Ribbon Week

It takes a village to keep our kids safe! This year, OV will participate in the RED RIBBON decoration contest. Please see below on how you can enter! Visit THIS LINK for more details, and how to enter!

School attendance is a predicator of job success in the future. Please ensure your child(ren) is at school, on time, every day! For every day of school missed, it takes 3 days for children to try and catch up. Please plan vacations, Dr. and Dentist appointments during school breaks.

School attendance is a powerful predictor of student outcomes. In fact, irregular attendance can be a better predictor of whether students will drop out of school before graduation than test scores, according to the US Department of Education.

Congratulations to these classrooms who met the weekly goal of at least 98%

Mrs. Rivera’s Class – 98%

Mrs. Stenberg’s Class – 99%

Mrs. Manabat’s Class – 98.7%

Ms. Wiseman’s Class – 98%

Ms. Herrera’s Class 98%

Wednesday, 10/26 6:00 p.m. Budget Advisory Meeting @ ESSC

Saturday, 11/5 Mini CABE @ Otay Ranch High School

Thursday, Nov. 10 Positive Solutions to Challenging Behaviors (see flyer above)

Friday, November 11 NO SCHOOL VETERAN’S DAY

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Week of Oct. 17 – 21, 2022

  • Tuesday, 10/18 12:00-2:00 p.m. DAC/DELAC Meeting @ District
  • Thursday, 10/20 10:25 a.m. California Great Shakeout Earthquake Drill & Fire Drill
  • Thursday, 10/20 5:00-7:00 CVESD 130th Anniversary Event @ Hedenkamp Elementary
  • Friday, Oct. 21 FALL FESTIVAL

CLICK HERE to purchase your presale tickets

CLICK HERE to sign up for your child to have a booth. We have 3 spots left!

Do you have a high school student who needs community service hours? Contact: Sarahparlin@ymail.com

Want to help out but can’t give the gift of time? Support our school by donating items for Fall Festival prizes! OPTC is asking for donations of small toys, party favors, fun pencils/erasers, individually wrapped candies etc to add to our collection of goodies that will be given out as prizes for carnival games during next week’s Fall Festival Fundraiser! Items can be dropped off in the front office NO LATER than Wednesday 10/19! Signing up is not necessary, but those who sign up will receive helpful reminder emails.

CLICK HERE to sign up, or just drop your donation off. THANK YOU!!!!!

Oct. 24 – 28 – Red Ribbon Week

It takes a village to keep our kids safe! This year, OV will participate in the RED RIBBON decoration contest. Please see below on how you can enter! Visit THIS LINK for more details, and how to enter!

School attendance is a predicator of job success in the future. Please ensure your child(ren) is at school, on time, every day! For every day of school missed, it takes 3 days for children to try and catch up. Please plan vacations, Dr. and Dentist appointments during school breaks.

School attendance is a powerful predictor of student outcomes. In fact, irregular attendance can be a better predictor of whether students will drop out of school before graduation than test scores, according to the US Department of Education.

Our Average Weekly attendance last week was 96%. 98% is the goal. Congratulations to these classrooms who met the weekly goal!

Mrs. Stenberg’s Class – 100%!!!!!!

Mrs. Goold’s Class – 98.9%

Mrs. Manabat’s Class – 98.7%

Ms. Wiseman’s Class – 99%

Mrs. Villar’s Class – 98%

Ms. Herrera’s Class – 99%

CLICK HERE to sign up for Chess Club!

CLICK HERE to register for Robotics

CLICK HERE to sign up for Spanish

CLICK HERE to register for Dance!

  • Tuesday, 10/18 12:00-2:00 p.m. DAC/DELAC Meeting @ ESSC
  • Thursday, 10/20 10:25 a.m. California Great Shakeout Earthquake Drill & Fire Drill
  • Thursday, 10/20 5:00-7:00 CVESD 130th Anniversary Event @ Hedenkamp Elementary
  • Friday, Oct. 21 FALL FESTIVAL
  • Monday, 10/24 -Friday, 10/28 Red Ribbon Week
  • Monday, 10/24 Public Safety Day
  • Wednesday, 10/26 6:00 p.m. Budget Advisory Meeting @ ESSC
  • Saturday, 11/5 Mini CABE @ Otay Ranch High School

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